U.S. Credit Downgrade, One Year Later
Yuval Rosenberg discussed the ramifications one year later of the U.S. credit rating downgrade. He argued that the downgrade had not… read more
Yuval Rosenberg discussed the ramifications one year later of the U.S. credit rating downgrade. He argued that the downgrade had not really affected the American marketplace, due to the global fiscal crisis. Businesses in reaction to the global market moved investment to the U.S. which was still seen as a safe, viable option despite the downgrade. Viewer questions were taken via telephone and electronic devices.
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